Greta Scacchi marries for money in White Mischief (1988). But there's more to electrify life than mere currency. In the rich and decadent confines of English-occupied Kenya during the start of WWII, there are plenty of fleshy distractions. Soon Greta is showing off her treasured chest for some horny Earl and flaunting the affair. The Earl ends up murdered, and all of this is based on a real-life story of a killing still unsolved. But between Greta's goodies and Jacqueline Pearce, a dark-haired beauty with swinging udders who plays one of the affluent orgy-lovers, the real story here is the uncorking of some of the finest jugs in filmdom.